Medicaid Care Management Program

The N.H. Department of Health and Human Services Medicaid Care Management (MCM) Program took effect December 1, 2013. This completes the transition from the current fee-for-service model to a managed care model. The program start date of December 1, is the first day that Medicaid recipients enrolled with one of the three Health Plans will be covered under their respective Health Plans.

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Expanding Access to Health Coverage in N.H.

NHMS EVP Scott Colby's op ed article addressing the controversy of Medicaid expansion and thanking our political leaders for their work on the issue was recently sent to the Concord Monitor, Nashua Telegraph, Citizen of Laconia, Portsmouth Herald, Foster's Daily Democrat, Union Leader, Keene Sentinel, and Valley News.  Copies were also delivered to Gov.

Medicare 2014 Fees

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) wants to ensure that the 2014 fee schedules for Medicare Part B are known to all physicians.

Offices looking for assistance can search for fee schedules by state and type of service at www.ngsmedicare.com. Search tools are available by individual code or entire file, but many find the individual code search easier to navigate.  

Current legislation expires on March 31, 2014,  so another update will be forthcoming. 

Register for DocbookMD Training

Thank you for downloading and using DocbookMD.

The New Hampshire Medical Society, together with the Massachusetts Medical Society and Vermont Medical Society, is offering you the choice of two (2) free webinars on DocbookMD.

For your convenience, one is being offered at 7 a.m. and one is being offered at 7 p.m. (see below).

Minuteman Health, Inc. Receives CMS Funding

Following the announcement last week that the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) granted Minuteman Health Inc. of Massachusetts a loan to expand into New Hampshire (see N.H.

N.H. Health Alert Network Needs You!

The New Hampshire Health Alert Network (NHHAN) is the primary means of providing rapid and current New Hampshire-specific medical information to practitioners and public health partners statewide.  The NHHAN is a 24/7/365 comprehensive system for information sharing, and it may provide public health emergency risk communication necessary to enable recipients to respond to events that may have an urgent public health impact.  NHHAN is also used to promote situational awareness of evolving events or potential public health threats.

DHHS Thanks Medicaid Providers

DATE: December 9, 2013

TO: NH Medicaid Providers

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